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Monitor Archive for September 29, 1988

The agony of victory
Synchronized swimming: a duel of aquatic skills - and smiles
More smoke than firefighting
The mandarin dean of US China scholars
For Fritz Weaver, acting and life interlock. Experience enriches roles; roles can complicate living
Chile's youth set to play pivotal role in crucial presidential vote
Lessons of Munich - relevant 50 years later. Democracy and unity, more than raw force, is the key to resisting oppression
Curbing chemical weapons
World catching up to United States in basketball, baseball
History becomes opera in `Rasputin'. A production that's calculated to shock
TREATING KIDS IN THE COMMUNITY WORKS IN THEORY, BUT NOT ALWAYS IN PRACTICE
HOPE FOR REHABILITATION - OUTSIDE PRISON WALLS
Where the Reagan revolution should go from here
Mood of America: shifting to Bush?
Long strides, deep breaths, a fresh look
Zimbabweans find way to turn rebels into eager farmers
View from the barrio in Peru's drug war
Share alike. Twin Oaks - Virginia commune thriving in the '80s
Memory
Soviet Jews flood into US - by not emigrating to Israel
The breath of ancient glories in Emilio Greco's work
Yeast
Ethics playoff in high court
The best things in life
VIDEOSCAN
Fighting back against beach pollution. Adopt-a-beach volunteers collect debris
Maine's peat bogs set to generate electricity and controversy
Coca addiction hits home - among rural children of drug-producing Bolivia
The `liberal' ACLU
Thornburgh makes Justice his own. The Justice Department was still reeling from attacks on Meese when Thornburgh came on. In just weeks, he has mana...
A man for all reason. Sociologist David Riesman is a thinking man whose views are molded not by convention, but by observation and compassion. (on z...
Doctors' fees called out of balance. Surgery costs too much, consultation not enough, report says
ARTS SCENE
DAVID ENTERS PRISON A DELINQUENT...AND COMES OUT A GANG MEMBER